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Make: Chevrolet
Model: Chevelle
SubModel: SS 454
Type: Coupe
Doors: 2
Year: 1972
Mileage: 55
Color: Black
Engine: 454 V8
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 Additional Info:

It's a Chevelle. It's got a four-on-the-floor. It's triple black. It's got a big block. Need we say more? If you're looking for brutally fast American muscle legend that sends all the right messages of being a midnight predator, then this 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 is waiting for you right now.If you own this Chevelle SS, you want to drive it; if you get passed by this Chevelle, you want to own it. That's the desirability of the sought-after shiny black paint that highlights the final year for the hardtop coupe body. Plus, the black vinyl roof was a great way to show off you had some extra cash to splash around. White SS stripes on a functional cowl induction hood and the hood pins are a big part of the appeal of the Super Sport package. But this one goes much further to get the details right like the blacked-out grille, all the correct badging, and plenty of good looking trim around the bodylines. You know this was a excellent creation the moment you see the profile. Those 50th anniversary American Racing Torq Thrust wheels are staggered in size to remind everyone that big power is coming from the rear wheels.The black interior completes the desirable triple-black appearance. While the seats, door panels, dash, and carpeting all look fresh dark and mean, there are plenty of bright accents to remind you that this one was at the premium end of the Chevy's midsize lineup. While it's roomy for everyone you know, it's the driver that matters the most. That's why your left hand rests on the three-spoke Chevy sports steering wheel, and your right one may never leave the Hurst shifter. There are plenty of interior indications that this is a special Chevelle, but the one we bet you'll love the most is the updated full gauge package. It fits in the factory three round pod setup, and it gives the speedo and tach a modern glow. This is the kind of motor that will make you proud to lift the hood at car shows. The big block 454 cubic-inch V8 not only has all the correct elements like the orange block paint, air cleaner gasket to utilize the cowl induction hood, and bright valve covers, but it's presented exceptionally well. Thanks to correct hoses and tidy a presentation, it almost looks like it came straight from the factory. But then you look closer and see some nice performance upgrades. It includes a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock performer 2.0 intake, and long tube headers that give a ferocious growl to the Flowmaster dual exhaust. The radiator is running off an electric fan, and you can turn it on via dashboard switch to keep this monster motor running cool no matter if you're in traffic or just want to impress at the cruise-in. When it does come time to hit the road, you'll love having complete control over the V8 with the Muncie M21 close ratio four-speed that feeds the stout 12-bolt rear end. Those who are familiar with the M21 will be happy to know its properly paired with a 4.00+ rear end for very good power takeoffs. More than just an enhanced speed machine, this one is an all-around great cruiser with features like power steering, front disc brakes, and modern rubber on those classic wheels (15-inch Yokohama tires in front, and the big 17-inch rear ones are grippy Michelins.)Big block Chevelles were meant to be black, but only the best are triple-black. This is a turnkey intimidation machine that will find a new owner soon, so you might want to hurry up if it's going to be you. Call now!!